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Platforum and the lang cat discuss
A big summer splash?
Investment sector reaction
Industry now needs 'room to breathe'
Industry responds to scrapped plans
Finds Scottish Widows report
Adviser due-diligence is critical
Regulator to focus on innovation and technology theme in 2016/17
Just over £6.5m raised for new venture
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said it will not issue further guidance on inducements, despite growing calls to do so from fund groups.
US investors are taking profits in outperforming sectors such as healthcare and revisiting technology names, viewing them as a dividend play for the first time.
In this week's quick fire poll we ask: Are advisers risking a "great opportunity" unless they finalise and promote auto-enrolment propositions?
State-owned RBS has reported Q1 pre-tax profit of £826m and said its "substantially fixed" balance sheet means it should be ready to return to private hands next year.
Who will be the next governor of the Bank of England? The market is waiting with bated breath for Chancellor George Osborne to announce the successor to Sir Mervyn King later today.
It has long been argued that one of the effects of RDR will be to leave middle England unable to afford financial advice. However, Towry chief executive Andrew Fisher has argued that actually there is a 'clear solution' to the problem.
The news that the ABI and British Medical Association (BMA) agreement on GP report (GPR) fees has broken down will usher in a period of uncertainty.
Ian Lowes of structuredproductreview.com matches a portfolio of five SPs against a proxy tracker and says the result provides an interesting perspective on the value of structures
The most amusing point about the "infernally-insular" debate on whether IFA or restricted is best, according to Openwork head of strategy Campbell Macpherson, is that the people who ultimately pay advisers' wages couldn't care less.